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Fiat reaches deal to start making Jeeps in China in 2015

5 hours 43 min ago
Fiat plans to begin making Jeeps in China, the brand's second-largest market, by late 2015 after reaching an agreement with local partner Guangzhou Automobile. Fiat will produce three new Jeep vehicles in the southern city of Guangzhou.

BMW luxury concept gives a preview of 9-series sedan

5 hours 43 min ago
BMW was set to preview a range-topping 9-series sedan at the Beijing auto show last weekend in the guise of its Vision Future Luxury concept car.

Jackson: We'll get our own leads

5 hours 43 min ago
CEO Mike Jackson put the big Internet shopping sites on notice last week: AutoNation is building Web products that will slash the number of leads the group's 229 stores get from AutoTrader, Cars.com, TrueCar and others.

New system, but no quick fix for GM

5 hours 43 min ago
When General Motors last week unveiled a new way for dealers to order parts needed for the 2.

Payout czar set to dive into GM legal mess

5 hours 43 min ago
Kenneth Feinberg soon may begin trying to put a dollar figure on the damage inflicted by the faulty ignition switches in General Motors cars.

As Sonata turns cautious, Camry flees good-but-frumpy image

5 hours 43 min ago
Sales of mid-sized sedans may be off 8 percent so far this year, but redesigns from Toyota and Hyundai unveiled at the New York auto show indicate the segment has plenty of fight left in it.

Manufacturers brace for the used-car flood

5 hours 43 min ago
A projected increase in the supply of used vehicles will be good news for U.S. dealers who have been battling a lingering effect of the recession.

Crossovers will be vital in Hyundai's 3-year product blitz

5 hours 43 min ago
Hyundai will soon return to the strategy that won it major sales and market share gains earlier this decade: a blitz of new products.

Blue sky high, acquisition action is, too

5 hours 43 min ago
Auto dealers are scrambling to buy new stores despite record high dealership values. They figure the earlier they can buy before the next downturn, the sooner they'll earn profits and pay down acquisition costs.

When Scion's too tiny, Toyota pilot program allows a larger loaner

5 hours 43 min ago
Scion is rolling out a pilot program that will allow vehicle owners to use other Toyota models as short-term loaners.

Voice of the fans brings back Audi A3 sportback

5 hours 43 min ago
In its past life as a five-door, the Audi A3 never sold that well in the United States.

GM recalls have had no 'measurable impact' on sales, Ammann says

20 April, 2014 - 20:03
Citing his company's 4 percent sales gain in March and a "decent start" for sales in April, General Motors President Dan Ammann said the company's ignition switch recall has had no "measurable impact" on sales.

Recalls have had no 'measurable impact' on sales, says GM's Ammann

20 April, 2014 - 20:03
Citing his company's 4 percent sales gain in March and a "decent start" for sales in April, General Motors President Dan Ammann said the company's ignition switch recall has had no "measurable impact" on sales.

Ford Escort, revived in China, could land in U.S., Mulally says

20 April, 2014 - 18:10
Ford's revived Escort compact sedan, developed especially for the China market, has potential to go global and possibly make it Stateside someday, Ford CEO Alan Mulally said.

GM to pump $12 billion into China, hike capacity 65%

20 April, 2014 - 17:21
GM, undeterred by slowing growth in China, announced plans to plow $12 billion into the country by 2017 and boost capacity 65 percent by 2020.

Audi's latest compact sporty SUV to be part of TT family

20 April, 2014 - 16:55
An offroad compact SUV concept that hints at Audi's fifth SUV model most likely will carry a name under the TT family, rather than Q4, as previously reported by the media.

New reality: Think crash, not just flash

20 April, 2014 - 07:01
Safety watchdogs at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and Consumer Reports magazine had an outsize effect on the cars unveiled at the New York auto show last week.

MKX Concept marks Lincoln's first overseas vehicle debut

20 April, 2014 - 07:01
Ford's Lincoln, rooted as an American brand by its name and presidential limousines, took a step toward becoming global today by unveiling a car in China.

After strong surge in 2013, Cadillac stumbles in Q1

20 April, 2014 - 07:01
Cadillac last year began billing itself as the industry's "fastest-growing full-line luxury brand." It was a short-lived distinction.

Ford shows 7-seat Everest Concept SUV in Beijing

20 April, 2014 - 06:22
Ford Motor Co. unveiled a seven-seat, mid-sized SUV concept at the Beijing motor show which previewed a new vehicle that aims to tap booming demand for crossovers in China.

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